The new Alfa Romeo Giulietta has arrived. Unveiled simultaneously across five locations in Europe with the main event being held in the Alfa Romeo Museum, the public finally got its first glimpse of the latest offering from the European carmaker.
Main design enhancements to watch out for in the new Alfa Romeo Giulietta is a revised front which consists of a new honeycomb grille, piano black bumper inserts which come with red highlights on sporty models, and a new headlamp and fog lamp surrounds.
These design changes would make the car more visibly connected to the styling of the new Alfa Romeo Giulia Sports saloon which is evident in the “Alfa Romeo” and “Giulietta” logos, new alloy wheel designs, tail pipes, similar colour choices (Alfa While and Lipari Grey) and the new transmission-engine combination which is expected to generate interest for UK clients.
The UK version of the new Alfa Romeo Giulietta’s model range is available with five trim levels: Giulietta, Giulietta Super, Giulietta Tecnica, Giulietta Speciale and Giulietta Veloce.
Debut of the new Alfa Romeo Guilietta is an international simultaneous event across five cities in Europe with the central event happening at the Alfa Romeo Museum (La Macchina del Tempo / The Time Machine) in Arese.
Known British DJ Skin will highlight the event and features local high-profile DJs, musicians and celebrities in the other locations: Turin, Paris, Madrid and Frankfurt. The new Alfa Romeo Giulietta will be available by April 1, 2016 with a starting price of £18,450 OTR for the base model.